Mozilla Calendar Project Page Redesigned
Monday February 2nd, 2004
Simon Paquet writes: "I completely reorganized, redesigned and extended the Mozilla Calendar homepage to make it more accessible for end users and new contributors. I split the big frontpage into several smaller pages, added a screenshots page, a themes page and (most importantly) a roadmap (contributed by Gabe Wilde) outlining the features that are needed to reach the 1.0 milestone and the inclusion into the Mozilla default builds.
"At the moment the Calendar project is progressing very slowly because only two people are currently working on the code. So if you have some time and are looking for a worthwhile project, take a look at what we need and code it. :-)"
#4 ...And what a re-design! Great work Gabe & Simon.
Monday February 2nd, 2004 10:55 AM
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These new calendar roadmap pages over at <http://www.mozilla.org/pr…cts/calendar/roadmap.html> are probably the best designed product planning pages I have seen here. Well worth a trip. The items 'to do' before certain milestones are very clear and straightforward, and properly hyperlinked to the Feature Requirements page (and then onto Bugzilla). A clear plan like this is always crucial when trying to manage a quite complex project like this.
I think it would be well worth Brendan and Hyatt taking a good look at the way the work - as they prepare the next Moz Master Roadmap, which currently suffers from way too much bloat for one page. Actually, for that matter, I hope Ben and MScott can find a minute from their cool work take a while to view the pages to help make their roadmaps even better - It's not always easy to provide good project documentation AND great code ! Now lets just hope they are kept up to date as those features and bugs are squished! Thanks for taking the time to make a really good pages Gabe/Si. You Rock at this !!